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移民(or 奴隷)は欲しいけど、一緒には暮らしたくないby曾野綾子、産經新聞

スクリーンショット 2015-02-11 13.01.02

Because many people have already shown their surprise and rejection towards what Ms Sono has written in Sankei Shimbun, I may not need to add what I have felt.

However, my initial reaction is, "Is Ms Sono not old enough to remember what happened to Japanese-American or Japanese in America when WW2 was approaching its end?"

It is obvious that there must be many different things between different nationalities. Some countries know how difficult to do this task, but they have been trying. It seems that the Japanese desperately need immigrants, but they have already given up their effort to integrate themselves with the immigrants.

What Ms Sono wrote is that she does need slaves, but she cannot think why she needs to live with them in a place she lives. How marvelous!





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